Extensive receiver Marcus Simms has been suspended for West Virginia’s season opener following his arrest on suspicion of drunken driving.
West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen introduced the suspension Monday night time. Holgorsen says in a press release that Simms additionally should fulfill sure necessities earlier than reinstatement. The assertion didn’t specify the circumstances.
Holgorsen says Simms can be allowed to take part in staff actions through the suspension.
The Dominion Submit reviews that based on a legal grievance, Simms was arrested Sunday and charged with DUI and driving on a suspended or revoked license for DUI.
Simms performed in 9 video games as a freshman final season and caught six passes for ninety five yards and a landing.
West Virginia opens the season Sept. three towards Virginia Tech in Landover, Maryland.